4.5 based on 770 reviews
While in Bernalillo, we had to stop and eat at the Range Cafe. Limited on street parking out front, but a dedicated parking lot in the back with free parking will give you a place to park while you eat. We were seated immediately. Good eats on the menu. Chili rellenos were really good. Service is great. It also has an extensive local gift shop worth spending come time visiting. A must stop if in the area.
4 based on 181 reviews
Freight House Kitchen + Tap is a modern take on tap house pub fare. Featuring a chef inspired menu, all dishes are made from scratch with an emphasis on items from our in-house smoker. Friday and Saturday nights we offer smoked prime rib. We have street tacos, burgers, fish and chips, shrimp and grits to name a few. On tap we have 24 beers featuring many local brews as well as celebrated beers from the Rocky Mountain region. We also have seven wines on tap. Spend some time on our outdoor patio and have fun playing corn hole while you wait for a table or dine. Our bar area has four TV's and table games to enjoy with your friends. The interior is very modern while paying homage the golden days of train travel.
In town to watch my daughter play softball and found this place on yelp (with mixed reviews). Couldn’t have picked a better place. Cool decor, delicious food and great service. Had a Turkey sandwich with green chili - delicious! Highly recommend this place
4 based on 54 reviews
The large 100% Kona coffee (not the blend) is something that I start dreaming about knowing that I am heading down to Bernalillo. I don't get it that often but when I do it is maika'i loa (awesome). I visited Bad A-- Coffee just a couple of days ago and it was Kona-licious. It did not disappoint. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 102 reviews
I loved the food and ambiance of this restaurant. The patio is great for outdoor dining. The breakfast menu has New Mexico specialities like Blue Corn pancakes. The desert Applecake is not to be missed.
4.5 based on 84 reviews
The homemade chorizo in the breakfast burritos was delicious. The portions are quite large and filling. Service can be a bit slow, depending upon the crowd. The self-serve coffee bar wasn't my favorite. They ran out of the strong stuff and had only some fruity options one time we were there.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
This is your classic community pub that invites friends, families and beer enthusiasts. We have 8 rotating beers on tap at all times, great food, patio seating and great indoor seating including a bar. If your looking for a memorable place in New Mexico to give you that TRUE New Mexcico feel then this is it. Ask for a brewery tour while your in. Easy Access from HWY I-25 Take exit 240 and immediately take a right onto South Hill Rd. We are half way down (quarter mile) on the left hand side just North of the KOA campground.
The atmosphere, and events are very personable. They have local music groups, belly dancing, and indoor and outdoor seating. You can sit under their covered patio, or inside at the bar or at their tables. They have recently redone their back patio with a "life-size"...MoreThank you for leaving such a detailed and awesome review. This always helps us understand what new guests get to see and how they are introduced to our company. Really appreciate your time and support. Hope to see you in again soon.
4 based on 171 reviews
The Prairie Star Restaurant at Santa Ana Golf Club offers an unforgettable dining experience. Housed in an old adobe mansion, the warmth and intimacy of Prairie Star is intoxicating. You may absorb the atmosphere of handmade adobe walls, kiva fireplaces and full vigas and latilla ceilings while enjoying awe-inspiring and sweeping views of the golf course and the Sandia Mountains. Chef Chris Olsen masterfully creates stunning Contemporary New American cuisine with global influences and changes our menu seasonally to reflect the time and freshest ingredients at hand. Each dish is carefully crafted from the finest ingredients and constructed for unique flavor combinations and flair of presentation.
The setting is beautiful; 6:00 pm was too late for sunset, which colors the Sandia Mountains.
Charming adobe place with tasteful decor.
The wine bar and outdoor patio are fun.
This review is about dinner.
Started with a squash soup, took the chill from the cool night air.
Had trouble choosing a salad, all tempting.
Settled on a spinach with apricot bites and sliced pear. Perfect
My husband struggled to choose a dish. Salmon? Trout? Pheasant.
He selected duck, I had Jidori chicken. Organic chicken served with calabicitas and jasmine rice.
I took half of it home.
Black cherry chocolate tart. Delicious.
Great friendly professional staff, don’t need to save this place for a celebration; it’s a good place for that too!
4 based on 167 reviews
We were staying at the resort for a marriage conference which happened to coincide with our 35th wedding anniversary. Dinner here was a sweet experience; the ambiance is nice and relaxed. It wasn't crowded, we didn't feel rush. All the staff were warm and friendly. The cornbread melted in my mouth. Our entrees were delicious and came in good time.
4 based on 108 reviews
I had made myself a note to try Abuelita's for authentic New Mexico Chile, as the place we ate last time in Bernalillo (about 5 years ago) had closed. Driving by that location I saw that there was a new restaurant operating there, which seemed lively and attractive from the street, two things that did not apply to Abuelita's. I hesitated in the parking lot and considered giving the new place a try, when my dining companion reminded me that we were not here for a pretty building or noisy crowd.
Quite right, we came for the food. And it's a good thing I listened to her, because the food at Abuelita's is outstanding. But first things first: the dining room was pleasant but not fancy. The owners have given more attention to the part of the building that you see while eating, and I won't argue against that decision. They haven't gone overboard to the point where you are paying for atmosphere at the expense of food quality, and I won't argue that choice either.
Service was fast and friendly, and our server was careful to warn of the spiciness of the green Chile. My companion asked to try the red and green on the side, but I threw any remaining caution to the wind and ordered my burrito smothered in green Chile. It was absolutely at the top of the range of heat that allowed me to still enjoy the food, so the warning is worth heeding. My companion stuck to the red Chile, which she also raved over. Our server stopped back frequently to make sure we had everything we needed, and to check on my condition after trying the green Chile. Available but not intrusive, informal but not overly familiar, exactly what I want from a server at this kind of restaurant.
I had forgotten that sopapillas are traditional here, so that was a nice surprise and welcome after a spicy meal. The bill came and I was astonished how low it was, not having paid attention to the prices when we ordered. We had a brief pleasant conversation with the cashier (Abuelita herself?) about the different food traditions in New Mexico vs. our part of the country, and I promised myself to try and make it back to this area more often than every 5 years. I also resolved to bring a supply of red and green Chile home in jars to keep my cupboard stocked for a while.
One other thing: I had a Mexican beer and my companion had the house sangria, but I didn't notice any other diners being served alcohol. And we would have been fine even without the liquor license.
It's all about the food, and on that score (and more) Abuelita's was perfect.
4 based on 55 reviews
Delicious burgers, crunchy onion rings and good fries. A pleasant light and very open diner serving fast food and playing 70's music in the background. I'll e at here again if I ever get back this way.
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